Arsene Wenger is hoping of bringing more players to the Emirates before the end of the transfer window but market valuation of players have been making it extremely difficult to get transfer done.
The French tactician is keen on taking his Arsenal team to greater heights and return back to Champions league football.
The arrival of Alexander Lacazette has added to the attacking option of Arsenal but the possible departure of Alexis Sanchez is making Wenger look deep into the market for an adequate replacement.
Wenger has identify Juventus Paulo Dybala as the player capable of replacing Sanchez and according to reports in the Guardian, Juventus has put a price tag of £124m and such price is making Wenger to rethink his options.
Sanchez future still hang in the balance and Wenger expects the player to stay. “The decision has been made and we will stick to that. The decision is not to sell”, said Wenger from their pre-season tour of China.
Arsenal are also looking at getting Monaco attacker Thomas Lemar and Leicester Riyad Mahrez but the transfer market still has over a month before it closes, so Wenger can still get some of these players to the Emirates.